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Old 12-01-2012, 09:07 AM
almo88 almo88 is offline
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Thank you for the advice.

As far as I can tell - the HD connector is in place - it is solidly in place with no freedom of movement that I can discern.

Although I have no easy way of connecting the HD to another computer to verify this, I do not think the problem is in the HD formatting. Two reasons for that :

1. The HD worked fine right up to the moment I opened the unit to replace the battery.
2. I do not get any motor sounds from the HD when I power up the unit. This suggests to me that the HD is not receiving any power, or it is fundamentally damaged and doesn't "turn on" when power is first applied.

It is difficult to reach the lower side of the PCB. Is it possible I cause the problem when partially lifting the PCB to access the Battery connector?

Thank you for all the advice!
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